Tampax Feminine Hygiene Products

by  Procter & Gamble

Overall Customer Rating:

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Promote Comfort and Security with Tampax Feminine Hygiene Products

Now owned by Proctor and Gamble, the original Tampax tampon was patented and trademarked by Earl Haas in 1931. Gertrude Tendrich purchased the patent and used the name Tampax to form her company and begin mass production. By the 1950s, Tampax feminine hygiene products were growing in popularity and the company expanded its production facilities to keep up with demand. Read more

Today, the brand Tampax is synonymous with feminine hygiene. In addition to educating women about feminine health, the company aims to reduce their environmental impact by focusing on sustainable sourcing and limiting manufacturing waste. Tampax products are verified by third-party companies to ensure that all materials used are safe and contain no harmful substances.